"Clutch Bodyshop commissioned Socio alongside their in-house team to contribute some ideas for their new range of supplements. The new packs were designed to reflect the quality and science behind the supplements, positioning Clutch as a premium player in sports nutrition and fitness. The final design combined a minimal typographic aesthetic and simplistic colour palette to create a distinctive pack design that communicated the purity of ingredients within the range. Unfortunately our concepts were not taken forward into production."
Socio Design is a multi-disciplinary graphic design studio based in Farringdon, London. They deliver unique creative solutions that help their clients communicate their core values, engage their audiences and ultimately achieve results.
Socio Design creates brand identities and digital experiences for a varied list of clients, ranging from multinationals to start-ups. They apply meticulous detail, skill and craftsmanship to every stage of their design process, ensuring their work is both unique as well as aesthetically strong.
“Dream Tweet” is an interactive installation that creates a collective dreamscape of the crowds’ dreams and nightmares from the night before. Visitors at “Dream Tweet” were asked to share their dreams via twitter with hash tags to describe the characteristics of the dream.
"Personal identity and self promotion consisting of a simple, structured logo and various design assets. The logo was constructed using initials, focusing primarily on the letter S combined with first initial, J. To contrast the minimal design and application of the logo, bold gradient of color is used throughout all the design elements."
Jonathan is a freelance designer and illustrator. He loves all aspects of design with a particular passion for illustration, editorial design, typography, branding, web design, photography etc. Conceptual thinking is his key to producing a strong piece of work, developing clever ideas to ensure the outcome is unique and fresh. Jonathan is passionate about design and he strives to create visually interesting and highly considered outcomes.
Composition No. VI was painted in Paris, after Mondrian had made drawings of the side walls of houses on which the structures of demolished adjacent buildings could still be read. Such observed structures here become painted pictorial architecture. Horizontals and verticals have been made the common denominator of the internal forms and overall form of the composition
Reminds me of a project that we’re currently working on.